In the December edition of CatoAudio, I talk about some great moments in the history of liberty and libertarianism, from the ancient Hebrews to the three remarkable women of 1943 and the people fighting for freedom right now against tremendous odds. And I reply to the New York Times’s criticisms of libertarians who “claim to love freedom [but] have so often had a soft spot for those who would deny it to others.”
If you’re a CatoAudio subscriber, don’t be confused by the title “David Boaz on the coming century of liberty,” which was actually the title of an earlier speech (video or transcript). This one might better be titled “Great Moments in the History of Liberty” or “A Cause to Be Proud Of.”
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